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Rock Island 1911 45acp for a makita 6401?

Ragnar

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I would take the trade in a heart beat. Especially since it must be a rare model that takes clips. I would then sell the pistol to fund a regular 1911 that takes mags. Use the left over cash to buy ammo.
 

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Depends on the model of the 1911. They have a few grades. A used GI spec can be had for around 350. They function. Some of the machining on then leaves a little to be desired but Def a good starting platform.
 

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Depends on the model of the 1911. They have a few grades. A used GI spec can be had for around 350. They function. Some of the machining on then leaves a little to be desired but Def a good starting platform.

Some of the old GI ones can be worth much more than new ones. The Rock Island is new, made in the Philippines & a good shooter. Probably the bast bang for the buck in a 1911.
 

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Meant to specify rock Island. No complaints from mine so far except the grip safety digging into my hand while shooting.
 
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I would take the trade in a heart beat. Especially since it must be a rare model that takes clips. I would then sell the pistol to fund a regular 1911 that takes mags. Use the left over cash to buy ammo.

Blah blah blah... So I used the wrong terminology. I have a few shotguns and rifles for hunting but not a wiz with guns by any means. This 1911 will probably go to a 1911 specialist I know in CR.

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